ImpactAbility collaborated with SecondMuse on the design and implementation of the Frontier Innovators competition for DFAT's Innovation Exchange programme.
SecondMuse helps organizations solve systems-level grand challenges, governments more effectively utilize their resources and connect with citizens, and corporations leverage strengths and break silos to solve complex problems. Their work manifests itself in the development of innovation strategies, technologies and solutions that they design and execute in partnership with clients.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
ImpactAbility partnered with GIZ in a year-long study of business models used by organisations addressing poverty in Indonesia and the Philippines.
GIZ offers customised solutions to complex challenges. They are an experienced service provider and assist the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation. They offer demand-driven, tailor-made and effective services for sustainable development.
ImpactAbility is leading the research and training elements of the Philanthropic Impact Pioneers Programme (PIPP), a 3-year cohort-based learning journey for 10 Victorian foundations seeking to improve their impact practice.
The Menzies Foundation seeks to raise the profile and importance of 'outstanding' leadership for Australia by supporting leaders who have the capacity to make catalytic change to improve Australia’s future.
ImpactAbility collaborated with Sopact to create the Actionable Impact Management e-books downloadable on this site.
SoPact makes technology for social good and leading social impact measurement. They drive technological innovation so that it can keep up with the complexity of social impact management.
ImpactAbility worked with Australia Post to articulate their social strategy and realign their community partnerships and programmes. This shift was part of a larger business transformation in the face of the decline of their traditional postal business.
Australia Post is a government-owned corporation that provides postal and other services.
ImpactAbility prepared a benchmarking study of the social investment approaches used by global companies across a wide range of industries to create and maintain social license to operate.
Rio Tinto is a leading global mining and metals group that focuses on finding, mining, processing and marketing the earth’s mineral resources.
ImpactAbility worked with the Trawalla Foundation to clarify the concepts and thinking underpinning the Universal Commons project.
The Universal Commons seeks to use the power of the market to preserve and improve our precious social and natural assets, which we call Social and Natural Capital, by internalising them into commercial decision making.
The Trawalla Group is the Schwartz family office.
Network for Business Sustainability
ImpactAbility undertook a research project on effective sustainability reporting practices, resulting in the report "Effective Sustainability Reporting: Shifting from producing sustainability reports to managing organizational performance."
NBS produces authoritative resources on important sustainability issues – with the goal of shaping management practice and research. They connect thousands of researchers and professionals worldwide who are interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and who believe in the value of research-based practice and practice-based research.
ImpactAbility assisted IGEM Victoria with their external consultation on a review of the reforms in the Victorian emergency management sector since 2009.
The Inspector-General for Emergency Management is an independent statutory role providing assurance to government and the community in respect of emergency management arrangements in Victoria and fostering their continuous improvement.